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Midtown mornings are about to get a little easier to take when Moloko, opens tomorrow, January 13th at the Shops at Midtown Miami.

The fast-casual restaurant will feature sweet and savory crepes, as well as international and local coffee drinks. Coffee choices include espresso, cappuccino, cafe mocha, cafe cubano, and Thai coffee.

The shop, which may or may not be named after the milk drink enjoyed in A

Clockwork Orange, is hosting two welcome events to introduce themselves

to the neighborhood.

Tomorrow, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m., the

coffee's free. Enjoy a complimentary java fix at two locations. Enjoy a

cup of Joe at the corner of 34th Street near Buena Vista or in front of

the shop.

On Saturday, January 28 at 11 a.m., take your kids

to Moloko to learn the art of fake crepe making. Kids will be able to

decorate their own edible crepe.

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